Master Grade Strike Freedom after 1st coat of Top Coat. Decals and stickers to come later.
After painting, inking, and putting top coat on the MG Strike Freedom I am really regretting not doing this with the PG Strike and the MG Hi-v. It absolutely makes a substantial difference…but I didn’t listen until now…better late than never!
I used Tamiya spray paint and Gundam Markers for the first time and they’re great, you could see the results above. I really love using the Top Coat! The only thing with using Top Coat, is that it’s taking forever to dry! I did 2 coats of Top Coat and it’s still a bit sticky in a few areas, but it’s getting there.
That’s the only thing that’s stopping me from taking it out to the mountain range for some pics, and this definitely needs to be taken outside especially with those wings…I’m thinking sunrise pics for this one.
MG Freedom Enforcer Mod Pics. The red armor will eventually be a darker red than what is presented above.
Days after I received my MG Strike Freedom in the mail, I got another package a few days later as a gift. It turns out it was another MG Strike Freedom! (Not complaining, and thank you!!) Rather than send it back which would probably cost me an arm and a leg, I decided to do my first mod with it. I’m still in the process of painting runners but it’s main color scheme will be black and dark red.
Hopefully by next week I’ll have pics of the MG Strike Freedom from Blue Ridge and the following week after the Top Coat has dryed, my Gunpla mod, Freedom Enforcer from Bearface Mountain.